[QUOTE=kefooian;1150819]I got the hint a few months ago. I was just hoping someone else had been in a similar situation and had a suggestion on what to do about the contract the company has left hanging out there, which includes restrictions on working for their clients directly and an auto-renewal provision.
If it was me, I'd be inclined to call the company and say (politely) (a voicemail message is fine) something along the lines of "So I note that you aren't giving me any work, nor have you put me on your official list of teachers. Does this mean the contract I signed is null and void, and that I can go ahead and work for your clients directly?" and see what they say.
They'll never admit I can work for their clients directly since that would entail them losing those clients. I am tempted to tell them that I consider the contract to be nullified based on their actions (or lack thereof) and see if they even respond.